The Big Oak Tree
A crushed granite aisle leads through a grassy lawn to the trunk of the property's largest, 250 year old live oak. The grandeur of the evergreen canopy is juxtaposed with a quaint wooden homestead, a charming addition to your outdoor wedding.
Wooden pews circling the tree provide 180-degree views of the ceremony, perfect for intimately seating your guests.
An expansive lawn allows for the accommodation of larger ceremonies, leaving ample room for additional seating.
An enormous open-air patio of well-groomed crushed granite and large, grassy lawn sit side by side to create the perfect gathering space for your special event.
The Silo Bar
A little piece of Texas ingenuity, a reimagined grain bin serves as a fully operational bar on the patio edge.
Framed in an arch of live oaks, this canopied terrace is the perfect area for dining, dancing, and gathering.
Original tin and wooden beams frame a vintage pole barn. Large windows and an open entryway create an airy, seamless indoor-outdoor experience. The building maintains its historic charms, but has been retrofitted with all of the amenities necessary for your event.
Bridal Suite and Overnight Stays
1100 square foot cabin with full kitchen, large living space, and bathroom, tucked out of sight of the main venue areas. Perfect for the bridal party's day-of use, and can be reserved by the couple for the night of the wedding.
Groom's lounge with mirror, seating, dining area and bar available for day of use only. Just steps away from the main venue space. Everything you need to get ready for the big day!
Kitchen with prep space, commercial sink, and refrigerator
A vast array of curated china, glassware, and silverware
Wine barrel cocktail tables, fruitwood folding chairs, wooden church pews, decorative tables
Collection of clear glass vases, glass cylinder candle holders, easels, antique signage, a variety of metal & wood decor, and lighting options
Public address system
Work directly with owners to customize your experience
Unique photo opportunities
Wildlife including deer, native birds, and cows can be spotted at various locations on the property
Old-style 1948 Ford F3 and Chevrolet 6400 trucks
Lush landscaping and planted flower beds
Classic farm-style 35 ft windmill overlooking rolling fields with seasonal Texas wildflowers.